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09/08/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Meet Endicott’s Distinguished Professors

Last spring, Endicott College named two new Distinguished Professors—bringing the total to four—and the group is making a “tremendous impact” in the classroom and the real world.
09/01/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Charlotte Gordon Awarded NEH Grant

Charlotte Gordon, Distinguished Professor of English at Endicott, has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the research and writing of a group biography on four women reformers.
08/25/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Behind the Scenes with Physical Plant

Summer is the busiest time of year for Endicott College’s Physical Plant, which oversees all aspects of campus maintenance, including readying it for the influx of students.
03/30/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Life 101: How to be Financially Literate

Academics are one thing, but how do you learn about saving money and investing in your future? Here, Endicott students, faculty, and staff discuss how to gain the financial literacy needed to achieve your lifelong goals.
03/08/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Life 101: How to Be a Good Listener

Listening is more than just not talking while someone else speaks—it’s a way to demonstrate both interest and respect in another person’s lived experience.
02/15/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Life 101: How to Quit

Whether it’s for mental health reasons, to move cities for a relationship, to care for a family member, or to pursue a different dream with a higher salary—quitting occasionally is unavoidable and nothing to feel shame about.
02/08/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Endicott College Faculty Talk the Literature of Love on Valentine's Day

This Valentine’s Day, we asked Endicott’s writers and English faculty to share their favorite love poems—with a few surprises.
02/03/2023 - Faculty and Staff

The Trust Receiver

With the support of a Rosalynn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism, Endicott College Associate Professor Lara Salahi has published a story investigating the link between a Massachusetts National Guard infantry battalion that deployed on a combat mission to Afghanistan in 2011 and suicide.
02/01/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Around the World with Warren Jaferian

From growing up in Switzerland to being kidnapped in Africa, Dean of International Education Warren Jaferian has always led an exciting international life, and now he helps students become global Gulls, too.
01/11/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Turning Trauma into Bravery

Assistant Professor of Education Luke Reynolds was inspired during the pandemic to pen Braver Than I Thought, an inspirational book exploring trauma through the lives of public figures like Padma Lakshmi, Selena Gomez, and Chadwick Boseman.
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